We tackle our work; professionally and without rancor to one another in spite of a pall of indecision that oft times seeps in like a chill from a leaky window frame.
The cold seeps in, floods the feeling in my body.
seeps into the ground.
Acid water, which seeps through the limestone layers, dissolves the calcium, which is forming the stalactites.
Water gradually seeps from the hose down its entire length ideal for watering rows of vegetables or bedding plants.
If it seeps in and darkens the floor slightly, add refinishing to your list of things to do in the near future.
During the cold months, the heat inside your home moves through the walls to the outside and during the warm months, the heat outside of your home seeps inside.
Moisture problems stem from seepage from the ground into the concrete or from condensation in the air caused by moisture that seeps in through cracks in the foundation.
When this happens, oxygen seeps into the bottle, causing the wine to oxidize.
Deeper plugging causes miliaria rubra as the sweat seeps into the living layers of skin, where it irritates and itches.
This philosophy and world view definitely seeps through the materials so much so that those who don't share the philosophy might struggle with the materials.
Weeping Stage: This stage is the most contagious, as the oozing (weeping) liquid seeps out.
Heat rash that seeps sweat into the deeper layers of the epidermis cause larger blisters and a painful red rash.
seeps back into the aquifer, ready for further use.
This is a completely natural system which breaks the waste down and seeps into the ground.
Finally the water seeps back into the aquifer, ready for further use.
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